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Brother HL5450DN High-Speed Laser Printer With Networking and Duplex, Amazon Dash Replenishment Enabled
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This product includes Amazon Dash Replenishment technology that you can set up to automatically reorder ink or toner when running low. This service is optional and can be changed at any time.
- Upon activation, the Amazon Dash Replenishment service measures the toner level and automatically orders toner from Amazon when low. This ensures that you never run out again.
- Prints up to 40ppm
- Built-in Ethernet network interface
- Automatic duplex (two-sided) printing
- High-yield replacement toner cartridge available*
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Brother HL-L2340DW Compact Laser Printer, Monochrome, Wireless, Duplex Printing, Amazon Dash Replenishment Enabled
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|Printer Connectivity Type||Wired;Ethernet; USB||USB; Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi; Ethernet; USB||USB||Wi-Fi; USB; Ethernet||USB; Ethernet; Wi-Fi|
|Item Dimensions||14.6 x 15.1 x 9.6 in||14 x 14.2 x 7.2 in||14.7 x 15.3 x 11.3 in||14 x 14.2 x 7.2 in||14.6 x 15.1 x 10.1 in||7.2 x 14.7 x 14 in|
|Item Weight||23.1 lbs||15 lbs||26.3 lbs||15 lbs||23.1 lbs||15 lbs|
|B&W Pages per Minute||40 pages_per_minute||26 pages_per_minute||48 pages_per_minute||26 pages_per_minute||40 pages_per_minute||32 pages_per_minute|
|Media Size Maximum||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 11 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||8.5 x 14 inch||3 x 5 inch|
|Operating System||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows, Mac||Windows, Mac, Linux||Windows|
|Print Media Type||Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Labels, Paper (plain), Fabric||Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Labels, Paper (plain), Fabric||Paper (plain)||Envelopes, Labels, Paper (plain), Fabric|
|Printer Output||Black and White||Monochrome||Monochrome||Monochrome||Black and White||Monochrome|
|Resolution||1200 x 1200||—||—||—||1200 x 1200||—|
|Additional Features||auto-duplex||Auto-Duplex||The Brother HL-L6200DW monochrome laser printer is a great choice for busy offices and workgroups with higher print volumes that need a reliable printer with a low cost per page. This high-performance printer helps maximize your productivity with fast printing up to 48ppm and automatic two-sided printing, and helps lower your operating costs with a super high-yield replacement toner cartridge. Reduce paper refills with a 520-sheet capacity paper tray that holds more than a ream of paper or for even greater paper capacity add optional trays for a total capacity of 1,610 sheets. Advanced security features help protect sensitive documents and prevent unauthorized printing. Plus, enjoy flexible connectivity with Gigabit Ethernet and wireless network interfaces, and convenient mobile device printing over a wireless network.||Auto-Document Feeder||network-ready||Auto-Document Feeder|
The HL-5450DN is a monochrome laser printer with a built-in Ethernet network interface. Ideal for offices or small workgroups, it features reliable, fast printing at up to 40ppm and automatic duplex (two-sided) printing. Plus, it provides flexible paper handling via its 300-sheet paper capacity, and uses a high-yield 8,000-page replacement toner cartridge* to help lower running costs.
From the Manufacturer
with automatic duplex printing
a 50-sheet capacity multi-purpose tray
is available for low cost output
The HL-5450DN is a cost-efficient, reliable monochrome laser printer that is perfect for busy offices or small workgroups. Featuring a print speed of up to 40 ppm, you can stop waiting for your print jobs and move onto other important tasks. The HL-5450DN offers a print resolution up to 1200 x 1200 dpi and produces professional reports, spreadsheets, correspondence, or other important business documents with crisp text and excellent graphics. Plus, use the automatic duplex printing feature to create two-sided documents, brochures, and booklets. For organizations concerned with security, the HL-5450DN offers several advanced security features including: secure function lock, enterprise security (802.1x), and more.
- Fast printing up to 40 ppm
- Ethernet and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interfaces
- Automatic duplex (two-sided) printing
- Wireless printing from your mobile device via1: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, and Cortado Workplace
- 300-sheet paper capacity, expandable3
- High-yield 8,000-page4 replacement toner cartridge available3
- Advanced security features including: secure function lock, enterprise security (802.1x), and more
- High-quality output at up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
- Toner save mode to help save toner when printing less critical business documents
Flexible Connectivity with Convenient Mobile Device Printing1
Share this printer with others on your network via its Ethernet interface. For local connectivity, a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface is available. Also, wirelessly print from your mobile device via 1: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, and Cortado Workplace.
Versatile Paper Handling
The HL-5450DN can meet all of your printing needs via an adjustable, 250-sheet capacity paper tray2 that handles letter or legal size paper, and a 50-sheet capacity multi-purpose tray2 for printing a variety of media sizes and letterhead. You can also add an optional 500-sheet capacity paper tray3 to increase total capacity to 800 sheets and for the flexibility of storing letter and legal size paper. In addition, a straight-through paper path via the multi-purpose tray and rear paper tray ensures your letterhead and envelopes always look their best.
Cost-Efficient Output and Money-Saving Features
The HL-5450DN ships with a standard yield 3,000-page4 toner cartridge that delivers a low cost per page. For an even lower cost per page, a high-yield 8,000-page4 toner cartridge (TN-750) is also available.3 The HL-5450DN is also ENERGY STAR qualified and offers a Deep Sleep mode to help reduce your energy costs.
You also can help save money by using Toner Save Mode and N-in-1 printing to minimize paper and toner usage by automatically reducing two, four, nine, 16, or 25 pages onto one page.
- Paper Size (maximum): Up to 8.5 x 14 inches (legal size)
- Print Speed (maximum): Up to 40 ppm
- Time to First Page5: Less than 8.5 seconds
- Print Resolution (maximum): Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
- Processor: 400 MHz
- Emulations: PCL6, BR-Script36, IBM Proprinter, Epson FX
- Duplex Printing Capability: Yes
- Paper Input Capacity (maximum)2: 250-sheet capacity paper tray, 50-sheet capacity multi-purpose tray
- Optional Input Capacity (maximum3)2: 500-sheet capacity paper tray
- Output Capacity (maximum)2: 150 sheets (face down), 1 sheet (face up)
- Media Types: Plain paper, recycled paper, bond, labels and envelopes
- Media Weights: Standard paper tray – 16 to 28 pounds; Manual feed slot – 16 to 43 pounds
- Print Driver Settings7: Toner Save, N-in-1 Printing, Watermark, Poster Printing, ID Print, Custom Print Profiles, Booklet Printing
- Memory (std. / max.3): 64 MB/320 MB
- Standard Interfaces: Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB 2.0
- Mobile Device Compatibility1: AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace
Supported Operating Systems
- Windows: Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP / XP Professional x64 / Server 2003 / 2008
- Mac: Mac OS X v10.5.8, v10.6.x, v10.7.x
|Max Print Speed||40 ppm||40 ppm||40 ppm||42 ppm||42 ppm|
|Print Resolution (max. dpi)||1200 x 1200||1200 x 1200||1200 x 1200||1200 x 1200||1200 x 1200|
|Memory (std. / max.)||64 MB / 320 MB3||128 MB / 384 MB3||128 MB / 384 MB3||128 MB / 384 MB3||128 MB / 384 MB3|
|Input Paper Capacity (std. / max.)||250 sheets/ 750 sheets3||250 sheets/ 750 sheets3||750 sheets/ 750 sheets||500 sheets/ 1,000 sheets3||1,000 sheets/ 1,000 sheets|
|Bypass / Multi-purpose tray (max. pages)||50 sheets||50 sheets||50 sheets||50 sheets||50 sheets|
|Automatic Duplex Printing||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Standard Interfaces||Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB 2.0||Wireless 802.11 b/g/n, Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB 2.0||Wireless 802.11 b/g/n, Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB 2.0||Wireless 802.11 b/g/n, Gigabit Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB 2.0||Wireless 802.11 b/g/n, Gigabit Ethernet, Hi-Speed USB 2.0|
|Mobile Device Compatibility1||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace, Wi-Fi Direct||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace, Wi-Fi Direct||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace, Wi-Fi Direct||AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Brother iPrint&Scan, Cortado Workplace, Wi-Fi Direct|
|Replacement Toner Yields3 (approx. yield)||3,000 or 8,0004||3,000 or 8,0004||3,000 or 8,0004||3,000 or 8,000 or 12,0004||3,000 or 8,000 or 12,0004|
1. Requires connection to a wireless network. See www.brother.com for details, availability, and mobile device compatibility.
2. Maximum capacity based on using 20 pound (bond) paper.
3. Requires additional purchase.
4. Approximate yield in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752 (Letter/A4).
5. From ready mode and standard tray.
6. PostScript3 compatible.
7. Some advanced features are not supported under all operating systems or drivers. Refer to User’s Guide at www.brother.com
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UPDATE April 22, 2014. After two months of use I am lowering my rating on this printer. The Customer Service has not improved (another horror story in a moment). Supposedly, the TN-720 prints approximately 3,000 pages. After 1,552 average pages, which included a spurious 66 legal size pages--and we have no legal paper, I got a Low Toner warning. This was after printing at a default 300 DPI, not at maximum density. I contacted Brother Support and was told Brother defines a page as five percent coverage. Any more than that reduces the allowable printing. It's not easy to translate five percent coverage into text printing, but I made an estimate.
By average text for me, a writer, I mean printing a combination of double-spaced drafts running about 20 lines and shorter summaries of various textual web pages or Excel spreadsheets. I printed a 20-line text page and measured ink space vs. white space. It came out to 30 percent coverage.
So, it seems that worst case, I might get 500 pages from a 3,000 toner (Brother's own toner), or best case 1,500 pages. This means a replacement every two months, whereas with my old HP laser I replaced a cartridge every six months, getting within 200 pages of the HP 3,000 page estimate. This makes the Brother twice as expensive since the cartridge cost is roughly the same (Amazon has a good price for the 8,000 TN-750 BTW).
As for Customer Service after 45 minutes chat time and the rep not reading my comments, I gave up. I had pulled a Maintenance Report through the Web-based printer interface that gave me the count. The rep said that was no good; I had to print one using a complicated series of physical steps with the printer, which failed to work multiple times following his directions. The Maintenance report I got did not have items that he insisted should be there such as "Previous toner count." Since this was the first toner and shipped with the printer, he simply could not understand this. I do wonder if the shipped toner was actually partially used because of the spurious legal sized pages allegedly printed.
Basically, I do not recommend this printer if you are a writer or produce a lot of 30 percent or more text pages because it probably will be three times as expensive as an HP. I also wonder if some of the reviewers raving about economy have actually been printing very long.-----
I found this an outstanding replacement for a 7-year old HP Laser Printer. Print speed is impressive and the double-sided printing option is a hands-free operation. Click on the duplex profile (found in the Advanced Printer Preferences tab), click print, and watch each page spit out, be drawn back, and print out on the back side in seconds. Other one-click profiles allow you to quickly switch to toner save, page save, or other print options. Quality of printing even at 300dpi is good enough for everyday work. The networking side of the printer is well done as is the wireless printing feature, assuming you not only take the time to read the documentation carefully but are willing to spend some time troubleshooting and experimenting with network setup. Having more than a nodding acquaintance with router technology and IP addresses certainly won't hurt either!
I rate the printer down only because of what has become so common in product support--poorly-trained first level support. It gets so very tiresome (and time-wasting) to see a response to a question, either by email or chat, where you know the support tech has just skimmed a few words and then inserted what he/she thinks might be applicable boilerplate.
You probably should expect to spend several exchanges just getting your problem across. In one case, I realized that I knew more about the machine than the tech person I was chatting with, particularly when I was told the printer could not use Static IP addresses. If true, this would be a serious weakness, because the ability to assign Static IPs instead of relying on DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) can avoid some annoying problems ("printer is offline), in home networks, where it is all too easy for a dynamic assigning to conflict with a pre-existing device on the network. Some HP printers are notorious for this--and the best solution is to assign a Static IP that is far out of the range of any other device on the router. For example, if you have six networked devices, with the last IP addresses ending in .110, then assign an IP of .210 to the printer to avoid this problem.
When I found this happening after the first restart after installing the Brother printer, I changed the IP assignment to manual, that is, Static. Then, when I asked a question about the "Ready" app that runs in the Systray, giving you printer status and alerts, and I mentioned I was using Static IPs, the support person told me this printer did not support Static addresses because of the Ethernet use. This made no sense at all so I took a screen shot of the relevant page of the Brother manual and emailed it. I did get an apology from a supervisor for this one. However, this example is characteristics of four separate times I had to contact Brother to resolve various quirks, mostly in order to take full advantage of some features that are not well-covered in the manual.
In sum, this is a fine printer for a home office or personal use, particularly given the price. Just do not have high expectations about support if you have problems and be persistent, even requesting an escalation of your case if you are not satisfied. Take advantage of the survey option after a chat or email response, because Brother does pay attention, even if the first retry doesn't get it.
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However, we bought this printer a year ago for $144.99. It is now $345.00.Read more